Taking in the Scene

One thing Bhutan is not short on is a breathtaking landscape. Around every bend it seemed there was another picturesque scene awaiting us. Combined with the traditional architecture of the Bhutanese people (it’s pretty much stayed the same since the 17th century), the pristine blue skies, golden green rice fields and majestic fir-lined Himalayas make the view truly one of a kind.

Bhutan architecture From left to right, top to bottom: A 15th century iron chain bridge, the oldest of its kind in the country; one of several fortresses in the country (now used as administration buildings); the facade of a temple located inside a fortress; a fortress; entrance to a temple

Bhutan LandscapePretty much all landscapes, but let’s note the bottom right pic. Yes, that’s weed growing wild. No, you’re not allowed to smoke it.


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